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THE OFFICIAL ALDEN THREAD FOR 2020 - SHARE REVIEWS, SIZING, ADVICE, AND PHOTOS.

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Green suede lwbs for errands.

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Little brushing this weekend... Although it was a little pricey, the pig bristle brush from Kirby Allison really shortens the time needed to bring out that shine. What brush do you guys like to use on shell?

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Little brushing this weekend... Although it was a little pricey, the pig bristle brush from Kirby Allison really shortens the time needed to bring out that shine. What brush do you guys like to use on shell?

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+1 on the pig bristle brush. It's great to pull suede nap back up and super at cleaning up any bloom and hitting the shine quickly. I use it initially, then any product if needed, followed by horse hair as the initial buff and then a true buffing cloth as the last step. When ordering, remember that it is a brush with bristles from a pig, not a pig with bristles.

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Apparently I no longer remember how to use spoiler.. hey I tried.. twice.
 

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Apparently I no longer remember how to use spoiler.. hey I tried.. twice.
You can use the spoiler this way. First, select the spoiler from the drop down.
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Second, give the spoiler a name.

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Third, you will see the spoiler code and title that you just gave it. Note that the cursor is already positioned just ahead of the code to stop the spoiler.

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Fourth, hit the return key several times to separate the spoiler code and to create a place to insert the image.

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Fifth, drag an image onto the page in the space you just created between the spoiler title and the stop spoiler code. It will then look like the image seen below.

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Finally, post it. The image will be located in the spoiler area, such as seen below.

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You can use the spoiler this way. First, select the spoiler from the drop down.
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Second, give the spoiler a name.

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Third, you will see the spoiler code and title that you just gave it. Note that the cursor is already positioned just ahead of the code to stop the spoiler.

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Fourth, hit the return key several times to separate the spoiler code and to create a place to insert the image.

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Fifth, drag an image onto the page in the space you just created between the spoiler title and the stop spoiler code. It will then look like the image seen below.

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Finally, post it. The image will be located in the spoiler area, such as seen below.

When I do one I follow all of your excellent, illustrated instructions, but since the cursor is in front of the final spoiler code, I just use the attach Files button at the bottom and it inserts the image in the spoiler, no spacebar required. I use a Mac, so that may be a difference.
 

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When I do one I follow all of your excellent, illustrated instructions, but since the cursor is in front of the final spoiler code, I just use the attach Files button at the bottom and it inserts the image in the spoiler, no spacebar required. I use a Mac, so that may be a difference.
I use the space bar to open it up and increase the ease of the drag and drop of the image. This is not needed, as you noted, if you use the insert image button at the bottom. I find the drag and drop quicker and I prefer the easier placement options by the large space.
 

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B&M CXL Boots and a dog in the pix. NOT spoiler
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I use the space bar to open it up and increase the ease of the drag and drop of the image. This is not needed, as you noted, if you use the insert image button at the bottom. I find the drag and drop quicker and I prefer the easier placement options by the large space.
Makes sense to me.
 

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You can use the spoiler this way. First, select the spoiler from the drop down.
View attachment 1506404

Second, give the spoiler a name.

View attachment 1506405

Third, you will see the spoiler code and title that you just gave it. Note that the cursor is already positioned just ahead of the code to stop the spoiler.

View attachment 1506407

Fourth, hit the return key several times to separate the spoiler code and to create a place to insert the image.

View attachment 1506413
Fifth, drag an image onto the page in the space you just created between the spoiler title and the stop spoiler code. It will then look like the image seen below.

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Finally, post it. The image will be located in the spoiler area, such as seen below.

Thanks Doc.. I'll give it a go.. appreciate the tutorial.. enjoy the games today..
 
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